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VOIP network separation

i have a remote site that uses voip and within that site are two different departments. currently i have both departments using one ethernet port on the router (e0). i want to seperate the two departments by having one department on e0 and the other department use e1.

i am looking for suggestions on how to do this with out much down time if possible.

this site is connected via a T-1.

thanks in advance.

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Re: VOIP network separation

Cisco 1751 Modular Access Router is ideally suited to help you .

This URL should help you:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps221/products_data_sheet09186a0080088719.html

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Re: VOIP network separation

i already have a router. i want to use the other ethernet port. both offices share the same ethernet port.

thanks

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Re: VOIP network separation

Can you use sub-interface to separate two departments?

Thanks

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Re: VOIP network separation

Do you want to connect 2 seperate switches to these Ethernet ports? Assuming, that this is the case then simply connect them, create seperate VLANs for each department. If all phones are on the same switch then create dot1q sub-interfaces on the e0 port, and configure the switchport connecting to this port as dot1q trunk, and to seperate the department place them in seperate voice VLANs.

Chris

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